Slabby with technical stemming and slopers at the bottom. Small ledges and in cut pockets throughout. The crux is low in a band of rock that is nearly featureless. Move to a big under cling. Easy 5.9 chicken heads for the last 20 feet. The route is dense with moss and lichen. Take a minute and do some cleaning as you climb.
Go to where the most left approach trail meets the trail that runs under Confederate Cracks and Crackhouse Alley. This wall sits immediately above the two signs for Confederate Cracks and Crackhouse Alley. Royal Flush is the first route to the left of the arete.
8-9 bolts with chains and repel rings for anchors.